World Hindi Day 2023 is observed on 10th January every year. The World Hindi Diwas is celebrated to promote the Hindi language globally. World Hindi Day is celebrated across the world since 2006. Hindi is the world’s fourth most spoken language and it is spoken by more than 260 million people globally.
World Hindi Day 2023 History
World Hindi Day 2023 is celebrated on 10th January every year to commemorate the first-ever World Hindi Conference in Nagpur in 1975. Therefore, to mark the global recognition of the Hindi language, 10th January is observed as the World Hindi Diwas around the world by Hindi enthusiasts since 2006 as declared by Former PM Manmohan Singh.
Earlier, in 1949, Hindi was first spoken as one of the official languages of India in the United Nations General Assembly which has its own significance. World Hindi Day 2023 is observed on 10th January. To promote the Hindi language we must know about the history of the Hindi day and its importance.
World Hindi Day Significance
The Significance of World Hindi Day among Hindi Speaking people across the world is immense. It allows them to celebrate the essence of the Hindi language along with its cultural, historical, and literary significance. Hindi enthusiasts across the world promote the use of the Hindi language on World Hindi Day.
In 1950, Hindi became the official language along with English in India as the Constitution of India. According to the Article 343 of the Constitution of India, “The official language of the Union shall be Hindi in the Devanagari script.” World Hindi day 2023 is know with different name such as Vishv Hindi Day 2023, International Hindi Day 2023.
World Hindi Day 2023 Theme
The theme for World Hindi Day 2023 is “to make Hindi a part of public opinion, although it doesn’t necessarily mean that one has to leave their mother tongue.” The theme of World Hindi Day 2023 emphasizes the importance of promoting Hindi languages globally. It also reflects upon the vital aspect that promoting the Hindi Language does not mean abandoning the usage of the mother tongue for any individual or group of people.